The first six months of its implementationin Antique were allotted P37.611 million. (With a report from PNA/PN) The Lot 2 component of the program willstill be subjected to bidding. Lot 2 is composed of vegetable variants to becooked and served to children beneficiaries. Jessie Cristales, focal person of the SFP,said that Barbaza is the first municipality in the province to implement theprogram targeting children within its 30 child development centers (CDCs). “In the coming days, I expect the other17 towns in the province to implement this program,” he said. Cristales added that except for theisland municipality of Caluya, all the other towns in the province alreadyreceived their first 60 days of Lot 1 viand allocation. Lot 1 is composed ofcooking oil, pineapple tidbits, spaghetti pasta, spaghetti sauce, corned beef,tomato sauce, and green peas by the supplier. “The National Food Authority provincialoffice has already delivered the rice for the cereal,” he noted. The SFP runs for a total of 120 daysthat will benefit 674 CDCs from the 18 municipalities of Antique. SAN JOSE, Antique – The municipality of Barbaza in this province has started toimplement the supplementary feeding program (SFP) of the Department of SocialWelfare and Development (DSWD). The 716 enrollees of the CDCs wereprovided with rice cereal and viand funded through the SFP. Cristales said the DSWD Region 6 advisedthat municipalities can start with their SFP once their Lot 1 and rice arealready available.
After those 11-under-par pyrotechnics on Saturday, a repeat was neither likely nor necessary and the world number one could happily settle for a Sunday stroll to a three-under 69 and a 21-under-par total. That was enough for a seven-stroke winning margin over playing partner Webb Simpson and Patrick Rodgers, who shared second on 14 under. Rory McIlroy cantered to victory at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina, having done the hard work already with his stunning third-round 61. Press Association It is McIlroy’s second win at Quail Hollow, having triumphed in this tournament in 2010 when he finished with six successive threes in a final-round 62 – a course record until he bettered it this weekend. The 26-year-old told CBS: “The golf course sets up perfectly for me. “I had a goal today to birdie the par fives and the two drivable par fours, the eighth and the 14th. I felt if I made six birdies there was no chance of anybody catching me. “I did what I wanted the last few weeks, got a couple of wins, got myself up the Fedex Cup standings and solidified my positions in the rankings.” An early dropped shot at the second was forgotten about by the time McIlroy reached the turn, having birdied the par-five fifth and seventh. He hit a superb 132-yard approach to within two feet of the 12th pin and pitched to a similar distance at the 14th to set up a pair of tap-in birdies, adding another at 16. That gave him a seven-shot lead heading down the last two holes and he could afford to bogey the par-three 17th and still maintain his lead. While he had always led comfortably, McIlroy had to be on his game as Rodgers eagled the 10th and added birdies at 11, 14 and 15. Once the Northern Irishman responded, though, Rodgers faded over the last couple of holes with a five-five finish costing him three strokes. A 68 was still enough to match Simpson’s final tally after the latter shot 72, with his five birdies offset by three bogeys and a double at the sixth. Fourth place was shared by Phil Mickelson, Gary Woodland and Robert Streb – the leader through the first two rounds. Mickelson was left to rue dropping five shots at the 18th across the week, with a double-bogey six in the opening round and a seven on Saturday. Mickelson told Sky Sports 4: “I played well, played four good solid rounds – I just struggle with that darn last hole!” Geoff Ogilvy and Justin Thomas were 11 under, the latter surging into the picture on his eventful back nine which began birdie-bogey. Thomas’ tee-shot at the 13th struck the pin and he reacted with exaggerated mock anguish before calmly tapping in for a birdie two. He gave the shot straight back at the next but holed from 38 feet for eagle at the 15th, making up at least in part for the one that got away two holes previously. Americans Kevin Streelman, Shawn Stefani, Jason Bohn and Brendan Steele were 10 under, tied in ninth place. read more
Bernie Sanders is suspending his campaign for the Democratic nomination for president. His leaving the race sets a clear path for former Vice President Joe Biden to challenge President Trump in the fall. Sanders had been the front-runner in the race after victories in Nevada and New Hampshire. However, Biden’s huge win in South Carolina changed the race. Still, Sanders took weeks to make the decision to drop out even though his path to victory was very narrow.Sanders had been a favorite with young voters and claimed during the campaign that he alone could defeat the President because of all the new voters that would turn out for him. However, those new voters never materialized during the primaries. Sanders calls himself a Democratic-Socialist. Biden and others argued that anyone calling themself a socialist would not be able to defeat Trump in a general election. Bernie Sanders is expected to make a statement at 11:45 a.m. ET after announcing he’s suspending his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President.Please join me at 11:45 a.m. ET for a special message to our supporters, live on our social media and https://t.co/vreIiWfeoS.— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) April 8, 2020 read more
Comments Published on November 4, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Josh: firstname.lastname@example.org Villanova was unable to gain any substantial ball possession. Syracuse was dominant in closing all of the Wildcats’ passing lanes.Spearheaded by junior backs Iona Holloway, Amy Kee and senior midfielder Nicole Nelson, the Orange defense stifled Villanova all game long in its Big East semifinal.‘They were great,’ SU head coach Ange Bradley said. ‘The way they move the ball, they make it look easy and I think people forget that.’Bradley mentioned yesterday’s announcement of Nelson as a 2011 Second Team All-Big East honoree, but also said she thinks the team got overlooked in the selections. The defensive effort was firm against the Wildcats in No. 5 Syracuse’s 3-0 win on Friday, just as it was last week when the Orange won 3-2 at Villanova. The prior experience against Villanova paid off, as the Syracuse players knew Villanova’s physical style of play entering the game.Both Kee and Holloway received cards, with Holloway’s being an off-setting yellow in the second half that took her off the field for five minutes.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘They play on field turf so it’s a bit of a rougher game,’ Holloway said. ‘They brought that today and we knew that from the style of play from last weekend. We were a lot more physical in the start of the first half than we were last week.’SU’s readiness was apparent from the onset. Villanova recorded no shots on goal in the opening 34 minutes. It wasn’t until the final minute of the first half for the Wildcats to gain a shot, when they recorded two shots off of penalty corners.Holloway made numerous highlight-reel plays in the first half to keep Villanova away from the goal. Just before Lauren Brooks’ scored Syracuse’s first goal, Holloway threw a big hit in front of the Villanova bench, flipping a girl overlooked.With four minutes remaining in the half, her grit showed off when she dove full extension for a pass just out of her reach, spraying water high into the air as she hit the ground.And it wasn’t just Holloway. Nelson broke up a few crossing passes and Kee played a factor in starting many SU offensive opportunities. She attempted several long breakout passes throughout the game.‘You just kind of read the defense to see what press they’re playing and what they’re giving us. There were spaces that opened up,’ Kee said.The second half was much of the same. Midfielder Martina Loncarica and back Laura Hahnefeldt became even more involved in the defensive effort. The Wildcats had only three shots on goal in the second half.Syracuse hopes its stalwart defensive effort — one that led to goalkeeper Leann Stiver’s fifth shutout of the year — carries over to Sunday, when the Orange takes on Connecticut in the Big East championship game.Kee said UConn, who beat SU in the two teams’ only regular season meeting, is a similar team to Villanova. The Huskies are going to be physical too, Kee said. The only difference is that the No. 4 Huskies will be a bit faster.‘We can always improve,’ Holloway said. ‘I think we need to give away less penalty corners than we did today. We’ve been working all week on double-teaming so we’ll use more of that against UConn.’email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+ read more
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 15, 2016 at 10:18 pm Contact Jon: firstname.lastname@example.org | @jmettus First Rodney Williams jumped in the air and pumped his fist in celebration, running down the sideline. Kielan Whitner, standing next to Williams by a pile up of players along the Syracuse sideline, did the same, pointing the direction the Orange was going.Then came De’Jon Wilson. He emerged from the pile holding the ball that Virginia Tech had just coughed up in his right hand, high-stepping his way tens of yards down the field.Wilson, a 250-pound defensive end, started the play 13 yards from where he ended up diving into a crowd of players. But he finished it with the ball, thwarting Virginia Tech’s last drive and shot at a comeback.“He stepped up big time,” Williams said. “He made plays.”In his first start for Syracuse (3-4, 1-2 Atlantic Coast), Wilson, was at the center of the best performance for the Orange’s defense all year in a 31-17 win over No. 17 Virginia Tech (4-2, 2-1). The graduate transfer from Colorado finished with two tackles, a sack, a tackle for a loss, a fumble recovery and a quarterback hurry while starting in place of Kendall Coleman, who was suspended for the first half of the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“With Kendall being out I just felt as though I just had to step it up,” Wilson said. “I had a lot of reps in practice and I feel as though that our defense came out there and made plays.”The first offensive play for Virginia Tech ended with Wilson crushing quarterback Jerod Evans on the ground. Wilson knew from film that Virginia Tech’s linemen didn’t use their hands aggressively, so he had swiped his to get by the right tackle.When Wilson popped up he hopped around the field holding a finger in a shushing gesture to his facemask.When did didn’t sack Evans, he pressured around the edge. It happened frequently enough that by the second quarter, Virginia Tech was throwing consistent double teams his way. On the sidelines, Wilson approached Williams and told him that the defense was going to put enough pressure on the quarterback for Williams to get an interception.In the third quarter, Wilson ran at Evans from the near side and jumped up to swat the pass. He missed, but Evans had to throw off his back foot more than 10 yards behind the line of scrimmage, floating a pass into the end zone for Williams to pick off.Wilson jumped up and down, pointed to his helmet and chest bumped an assistant coach. He even found Williams right afterward to let him know he kept the promise and that he provided the pressure.“What people don’t know is that he really kept our energy high, our faith high,” Williams said. “He kept coming to us between drives. … I think he had a great game, but his energy and his leadership that some may not have seen was big time today.”Wilson had just two solo tackles in the six games prior. He doubled that on Saturday. He had just half a tackle for a loss and half a sack entering the game, and doubled those in 60 minutes as well.It was a breakout game for Wilson in a game where the inexperienced defensive ends were even more undermanned than usual. His play was paramount to a vastly improved defensive group.Babers was stressed during the 48 hours prior to the Virginia Tech matchup, holding individual meetings with players. His message to Wilson was simple.“Coach just came to me and told me to do what he brought me here to do,” Wilson recalled. Comments read more
He says their demotion to the Championship lies at his feet “and no one elses”.Lerner’s described their season as a “desperate existence”, “totally unacceptable, unbearable and totally incompatible with Villa’s glorious past”.He says he’ll continue to try and sell the club – and put it in “worthy hands” to restore them to “England’s elite”.
Yggdrasil Gaming selects SBC Summit to showcase latest innovations February 17, 2020 Share Submit SBC Digital Summit: A crash course in adaptability and resilience April 27, 2020 Related Articles Fredrik Elmqvist, YggdrasilFredrik Elmqvist is the CEO for Yggdrasil Gaming, a provider of online and mobile casino games for some of Europe’s leading online gambling operators.Just two weeks before ICE 2017, we caught up with him to find out about Yggdrasil’s preparation for the showpiece event in February (7-9), what they are looking forward to seeing at the London ExCeL and where to find them across the three days.How do you prepare for ICE?FE: It takes a massive team effort involving the whole of our organisation. ICE is THE event for us, and we put in extra effort to make sure we make a splash each year. For us it is the best meeting and networking place in Europe, and allows us to catch-up with customers as well as new operators and potential partners. This is certainly the case for those operating in markets we are planning to enter during the year, such as Italy.What is Yggdrasil planning to showcase at ICE 2017? FE: We have a major launch lined up, one we believe will revolutionise the experience of playing online slots. Full details remain in a file marked “top secret” until ICE kicks off, but I can tell you that it is an industry-first technology innovation that we are in the process of patenting.We have built a reputation for developing and launching industry-firsts such as our in-game promotional tool for social media, BRAG, and our latest product takes things to the next level. Make sure to stop by our stand (N3-140) to see it break cover for the first time.What are you looking forward to at ICE 2017?FE: To seeing people’s faces when they enter the Yggdrasil Temple. This year we have gone all-out with our stand. It is spread over two floors and has been designed around a temple theme to coincide with the launch of our latest slots game, which we will unveil during the show.I have seen the designs for the stand on the computer and it looks mind-blowing, so I can’t wait to see what it looks like in real life. Secretly there is a lot of competition between exhibitors over who has the best stand, and this year I think we are a hot contender to take home the top prize!Where will you usually be at the ICE conference?FE: At the Yggdrasil Temple, stand N3-140. I will be there for all three days, and look forward to chatting to friends old and new.What is your favourite ICE memory?FE: I don’t have a favourite memory as such, but each year I am amazed by how much Yggdrasil Gaming grows. Year-on-year, our stand has become more impressive, our game portfolio larger, and our features and tools more innovative.ICE acts as a good benchmark; each year you can look back at what you have achieved and how far you have come, and then look ahead to what is in your product pipeline and how you will drive the business forwards over the coming 12 months.What’s your company’s typical post-ICE activity?FE: Straight to the bar. Just kidding, this year we are preparing something special. Again, I can’t give you too much detail but it is based around how players celebrate big wins, and will serve as inspiration for a future slot.We are taking customer involvement in game production one step further and will encourage them to interact with us in the Yggdrasilian way. Intrigued? You’ll just have to stay tuned over the coming weeks, or pop by the Yggdrasil Temple to find out more. DATA.BET to make esports data debut in $250,000 ICE tournament January 15, 2020 Share StumbleUpon read more
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error SAN JOSE — With a simple toss from about 15 feet away, Bryan Stow brought a huge roar from the crowd Thursday night before the San Jose Giants home opener. Stow, the Giants fan who was nearly beaten to death four years ago outside Dodger Stadium, reached a major milestone in his recovery when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch Thursday. He did so while enjoying every minute of his special night.“A lot was going through my brain,” Stow said. “I would love to do it again. When do they play again? Tomorrow? I can be here tomorrow.”• VIDEO: Watch Bryan Stow through ceremonial first pitch “Hopefully we win it,” he said.Beyond that, he said his goal is to continue to improve his walking and be around for his children, Tyler, 16, and Tabitha, 12, who were by his side as he threw the pitch. Stow, using a walker, took the field and was handed a ball that came via special delivery. A helicopter landed in center field and a sheriff’s deputy emerged and deliver the ball to Stow, who admitted it was “a little scary” making the walk out to the mound.Stow waved to the crowd and then delivered an underhand toss to the plate. Several coaches and players then greeted him and he flashed more smiles, waves and thumbs up toward the crowd as he exited the field with his family to complete an emotional ceremony. Afterwards, he flashed his sense of humor while being a bit critical of his pitch.“It was off a little bit,” Stow said. “I’m working on it. It was a sidearm. I can’t throw (overhand) anymore.”Stow said he plans to attend next Thursday’s San Francisco Giants game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, with him flashing a scowl after mentioning that rival name. read more
MORE: Justin Fields could be college football’s most intriguing star in 2019“I am happy for Justin and his family,” Ohio State coach Ryan Day said in a statement. “I also want to express my appreciation to the NCAA for its assistance in getting this matter resolved efficiently and with such a positive outcome for Justin.” Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields has been granted a hardship waiver by the NCAA, making him immediately eligible to play for the Buckeyes in 2019.Ohio State announced the NCAA’s decision on Friday, which comes less than two months after Fields officially began his transfer process after just one season at Georgia. A contributing factor to his waiver being granted was a Sept. 30 incident in which a member of Georgia’s baseball team directed racial slurs at the quarterback during the Bulldogs’ game against Tennessee. Fields, who is enrolled at Ohio State and participating in winter conditioning drills, will be the favorite to replace Buckeyes quarterback Dwayne Haskins under first-year coach Ryan Day. Haskins in 2018 set Big Ten records in single-season passing yards (4,831) and touchdowns (50), finishing third in the Heisman Trophy voting.Conversely, Fields in 2018 passed for 328 yards and four touchdowns — adding 266 rushing yards and four rushing scores in certain packages — as the backup to Jake Fromm.Fields was the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback and No. 2 overall player in the 2018 recruiting class, according to 247Sports’ Composite rankings. The five-star recruiting played at Harrison High School in Kennesaw, Ga. read more
Smart was later fined $50,000, the NBA announced Thursday. Marcus Smart shoved Joel Embiid to the floor 😳 pic.twitter.com/yshJkeO1fe— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 21, 2019The costly fine was also based on “repeated acts of unsportsmanlike conduct during NBA games, including two prior incidents this season which have resulted in fines,” including a January matchup against the Hawks and preseason game versus the Cavaliers. Related News Marcus Smart headed to the locker room early Wednesday.The 25-year-old Celtics guard was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul and ejected from his team’s matchup with the 76ers after he shoved Joel Embiid in the back. The play occurred early in the third quarter when the two players became tangled up. Smart fell to the floor, jumped to his feet and pushed Embiid. Smart scored three points on 1-of-4 shooting and added four assists before exiting.Embiid was not ejected and remained in the game. Joel Embiid: Marcus Smart’s cheap shot inspired 76ers win read more